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SCORE: 81

 

Wreckfest 

 

I am very thankful Peter paid for the Xbox Game Pass so we could play Wreckfest at no additional cost to Family Friendly Gaming. I expected Wreckfest to be horrible on so many fronts. I was shocked to find a strong racing title with all kinds of parts falling off the cars after collisions. The effects of the damage are customizable of course. Wreckfest does not solely focus on the collisions. The racing action is very stable. I learned I could avoid collisions and race to first place. How cool is that?

The issues families can have with Wreckfest are violence, and bad language. The music can be turned completely off. That deals with the offensive content there. It is an all or nothing proposition though. We can not select to remove certain songs and leave others. Wreckfest is 18.51 gigs on the Xbox One at the time of this review.

The modes in Wreckfest are Career, Custom Event, Multiplayer, DLC Store, and Tournament. Some sample race sections are Regional Juniors, National Amateurs, Challengers, Pro Internationals, World Masters, and more. We can race all kinds of vehicles in Wreckfest ranging from lawn mowers to RVs. Many of the cars in Wreckfest are a bit on the older side. I enjoyed racing in them. We can upgrade our vehicles with better parts as we level up.

Drifting is important in Wreckfest, especially when racing on dirt. Some of the tracks in Wreckfest are insane. There was this one with a large area in the middle and loops making a figure eight plus additional loops. The carnage in the middle as vehicles went full throttle criss crossing was insane.

I had fun playing Wreckfest. So did Noah. He is still playing Wreckfest and enjoying it. There are demolition derbies in Wreckfest. I loved some of the goals in Wreckfest like get so many points, or get a certain place. I did not expect much from Wreckfest and it delivered way beyond my expectations. I have added this game to our physical copy purchase list.
- Paul

 

Graphics: 75%
Sound: 75%
Replay/Extras: 95%
Gameplay: 85%
Family Friendly Factor: 75%

System: PC/PS4/Xbox One(tested)
Publisher: THQ Nordic
Developer: Bugbear Entertainment
Rating: ‘T’ THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY {Mild Lyrics, Mild Violence}


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